Jane Eyre / Les Hauts de Hurle-Vent / Agnes Grey

Jane Eyre / Les Hauts de Hurle-Vent / Agnes Grey

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  • Title: Jane Eyre / Les Hauts de Hurle-Vent / Agnes Grey
  • Author: Charlotte Brontë Emily Brontë Anne Brontë
  • ISBN: 9782253132387
  • Page: 161
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Un p re taciturne et fantasque, une m re vanescente et r veuse, t t disparue, une race imaginative, v h mente et passionn e tels furent les dons du Destin pour les trois s urs qui allaient devenir, comme le dit Virginia Woolf, les femmes les plus attirantes du roman anglais Elles taient galement dou es pour tous les arts Elles aspiraient ensemble, d s l enfance,Un p re taciturne et fantasque, une m re vanescente et r veuse, t t disparue, une race imaginative, v h mente et passionn e tels furent les dons du Destin pour les trois s urs qui allaient devenir, comme le dit Virginia Woolf, les femmes les plus attirantes du roman anglais Elles taient galement dou es pour tous les arts Elles aspiraient ensemble, d s l enfance, donner une forme leurs songes Elles v curent unies jusqu la mort, concentr es sur elles m mes comme un groupe d exil s, dans un presbyt re de campagne perdu sur la lande du Yorkshire Si, des trois s urs Bront , c est Emily qui poss de au plus haut point l art de donner la vie aux mots, l identit de leur triple g nie se r v le par cette violence voix douce qui est le ton m me de la trag die Comme les Parques ou les Charites, les Bront sont indissociables C est ainsi qu il faut les d couvrir ou les relire D o la justification de ce volume.

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    ~Nadia~♥ sometimes, you gotta pretend everythings okay♥i sleep to escape from reality♥~ says:

    Wuthering HeightsOut of the three books, this took me the longest to read, and was the one I liked the least. It was very violent, and the way they interacted with each other kind of put me off. Heathcliff is so vengeful, I have no idea what Catherine saw in him.Jane EyreI could not put this down, I loved it so much. I had read an abridged version, and a modern version, Jane, which was really good, and made me want to read the actual book. I liked Mr. Rochester, though he did seem a bit crazy, l [...]

    Since I had to buy this version of the book for class and it had all three novels packed in together I'm just going to give a short and sweet review for each.Jane Eyre - Jane is everything! On my second reading I realized that Mr. Rochester isn't really that romantic, he shows signs of manipulation and his subterfuge with Bertha is the biggest red flag in all of literature. The weirdest part is that I still felt very drawn to Mr. Rochester and still considered him a dream boat and I was warring [...]

    Hormis "Jane Eyre" qui reste, selon moi l'œuvre littéraire la plus merveilleuse qui soit, j'avoue avoir eu beaucoup de mal avec "Les Hauts de Hurle-Vent". Malheureusement, l'envoûtement n'a pas opéré sur moi Quant à "Agnès Grey", celle-ci fut, toutefois, plaisante à découvrir.

    This novel continues to be one of my lifetime favorites. I have read it several times before, but this is the first time in the new century. Many people have commented on reading this novel; almost one hundred years ago Virginia Woolf wrote about an exhilaration she felt (a feeling which I share) of reading the opening scenes of the novel:"There is nothing there more perishable than the moor itself, or more subject to the sway of fashion than the "long and lamentable blast." Nor is this exhilara [...]

    Delightful, quick read. Agnes grew up with her father as a clergyman of the north of England and a mother who walked away from the wealth of a family to marry. After Agnes’ father lost their savings in a business adventure, Agnes is employed as a governess. The story relates her experience while being a governess for the Bloomfields' and then the Murray family. This story is written first person, journal style. So it is full of musings, deliberations and dreams.A few of my favorite passages: [...]

    So, you always hear the classics being referred to, but often when you sit down to read them, they are not always so great. Jane Eyre was the exception!!!! I absolutely loved it, got totally caught up in it. A little slow to start, but necessary character building in the beginning. Jane is a worthy heroine with strong moral principles, but still has her weaknesses to overcome. I couldn't put this one down and when I had to, I was thinking about it constantly. I also love the style of writing and [...]

    Wuthering Heights :-For many this epitomises a love story, as love really is. One may decide to be prudent, to marry well and suitably, but when your heart is given it will not follow the diktats of mind and society, however much one reigns it in. Short of raising consciousness and rising above there might not be a way out. Cathy and Heathcliff epitomise tortured love that cannot let go and will not let social structure or healthy relations dictate heart. They seem to be bound by more than heart [...]

    These past two days I have reviewed Jane Eyre and Agnes Grey, by Charlotte and Anne Bronte. I just wanted to take a moment to note the wonderful edition that I read them from. This large (but not too large) volume contains Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights, and Agnes Grey. This was definitely a good book for me, containing all three. Since I really enjoyed Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights, I wanted to have my own copy of each book, and I was very happy when I discovered this volume from Penguin Classi [...]

    I love Jane Eyre and as this was my second read-through of it, I still found it just as engaging and wonderful of a story (if not a little long-winded at times). However, I gave this book two stars because Jane Eyre is as far as my enjoyment went. Wuthering Heights, though interesting enough, has to be one of the most most dramatic books I've ever read. The few main characters are so dramatic over everything I couldn't help but be annoyed as I was reading it. I can't say I regret reading it but [...]

    So Agnes Grey ended a bit abruptly and predictably, but it was a sweet story with insights into 19th century society, expectations of relationships, and what it means to live a life doing God's work. Anne Bronte's writing style in Agnes Grey most prominently showed that she was the daughter of a curate.Overall, the three novels were a wonderful read. I remain quite vexed with the discordant and dysfunctional relationships of Wuthering Heights while admiring the writing. Perhaps I just need someo [...]

    In recent time, The Bronte Sisters have become one of my favourite classic authors. The entire history and story behind the women themselves is what intrigued me to give first Wuthering Heights, then ane Eyre a chance and each time I am left amazed. Though I have yet to read Agnes Grey by the last Bronte sister I hope to one day. Though they were written around the same time, by sisters years apart then spent many times together Wuthering Heights and ane Eyre could not be more different. Both no [...]

    Jane Eyre - not bad, but a bit too lengthy considering the fairly simple plot. That was what I thought at 14, and my opinion did not change upon re-reading this at 20.Wuthering Heights - the best of the three. I'd give it 5 stars were it the only novel in the book. Heathcliffe is definitely the antihero one loves to hate!Agnes Grey - 1 star from me. Laborious to read, and not as rewarding as Jane Eyre which, despite its tiresome length, does have its highlights.

    A great collection to have. Paperback, lightweight, reasonable size, and three great stories.I am especially glad of the order in which they placed the works. The emotional turmoil of Wuthering Heights followed by the heartbreak of Jane Eyre and the (somewhat) more subdued love story of Agnes Grey. It's nice, and none too jarring to move from one tale to the next, if read straight through.

    It all started when the teacher said in class: "each one of you chose a book to read in spring break" and i was the only one of 29 students in my class that chose this book (maybe because i am the only one in my class the actually reads!!). And i didn't regret not even a little tinny bit! truly epic!

    It was delightful to have the Brontë Sisters' novels collected like this. It is amazing what difference there is between them, but they are all wonderful in their own way. Jane Eyre was dramatic, romantic and overflowing with descriptions of nature. Withering Heights was dark, twisted, but still moving. Agnes Grey was quiet and sweet. Very different books, but still great, wonderful books.

    It was fun to re-read Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights, and I had never even heard of Agnes Grey--much less have read it. Interesting account of a much put-upon governess by the least-known of the Bronte sisters.

    Five stars for both Jane Eyre and Agnes Grey; three stars for Wuthering Heights. I would have loved a longer introduction as well, but as this edition is so pretty to look at, I can't be too displeased.

    I have read Jane Eyre and just finished Wuthering Heights. I am taking a hiatus from the 18th century and will read Agnes Grey at a later date. Hopefully the third Bronte sister will not have such a gloomy tale to unfold as did her preceding sisters.

    Jane Erye was my favorite and I would give it 5 stars. Wuthering Hights was my second favorite and I would give it 4 stars. Agnes Grey is ok but is very short and I would give it 3 stars.

    Yeah, I read it. Liked it. Not as much as P&P, but a good read if you're in the mood for a romantic period piece.

    After reading this book I longed for discussion concerning so many things that intrigued me. How is it possible I missed reading this in school? Reader, I thoroughly enjoyed it.

    Finally finished 3 stories I'm pretty sure I was supposed to read in University, but just watched the movies!

    The first 100 pages or so were a bit hard to get through because of the hardships of Jane Eyre, but after that, it was great.

    I was a little disappointed in Jane Eyre, but I adored Wuthering Heights. I have yet to read Agnes Grey.

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